Need some fresh ideas & tools to help you get organized?
You are definitely in the right place! I’ve compiled a list of 10 printable tools that are both practical and pretty.
And, they’re all FREE!
1. Plan Out Your Week
This darling design comes from elizaellis.blogspot.ca. Eliza offers a variety of designs (and colors!) to help you plan out your week.
Personalized Templates to Fit Your Goals
Each printout is slightly different so you’re sure to find a weekly “get organized” template that is just what you need.
Some are meant for flexibility in your planning and others help you plan things out to the T.
Check it out! They’re seriously cute!
2. Tidy up the kitchen with these recipe cards
Clean up with these cards
Now you can get rid of the scraps of paper on the counter or bulletin board and wipe off the white erase board. Your cute recipe box will keep you organized and well fed!
FREE printouts here.
3. Track Your Goals (So You Can Change Your Habits)
This handy grab from daisycottagedesigns.net helps you track monthly progress on your goals. So, as you’re juggling everything all at once, you can track it all in one spot.
It’s a simple sheet, but it’ll help you get organized and turn your goals into (good) habits in no time!
This sheet will help you:
- Be accountable for your goals
- Track your progress
- Keep you motivated to stick with it
4. Manage Your Meal Plan
This weekly meal and grocery list planner is found at bydawnnicole.com. It’s a great template to help you organize your meal plan and get your healthy eating back on track.
This printout will:
- Help you plan your meals for a week
- Get you organized for your grocery shop
- Be a big help in actively using your shopping list
5. It’s Time to Clean House – Literally!
These cleaning checklists from printablecrush.com are exactly what everybody who has to clean anything needs!
Talk about a great way to get in the routine of an always organized and CLEAN home!
What You Get:
When you snap up this sweet sheet, you get:
- 1 weekly cleaning checklist. (You fill in the blanks.)
- 1 monthly cleaning checklist. (You fill in the blanks.)
6. Store Your Important Info in One Place
These important info sheets are from ishouldbemoppingthefloor.com. Not only will these help you get organized, but you won’t waste time looking for your info in an emergency.
This form is good for:
- Info for babysitters
- Grab & go in an emergency
- Keeping at work, just in case
7. Track Your Food & How Long You Have to Eat It
Thanks to simplystacie.net you can stop the never-ending “honey, what’s there to eat?” cycle.
Organize your food inventory with these sheets that help you track what you have AND when you need to eat it by.
Maintain an inventory so you can:
- Stop buying duplicates you’ll never eat in time
- Reduce your household food waste
- Make better meal plans
8. Stop Getting Locked Out of Your Accounts
Thanks to diyhshp.blogspot.ca, you now have a great tool for online account password organization. Yay! This means no more resetting your password every time you try to log in.
Store your passwords carefully
Even though this is a great organization tool, be careful how you store it. You want to make sure this information is available for YOUR use only.
9. Frame Your WIFI Info for Function & Décor
With three designs to choose from, these adorable printouts from chicfetti.com are perfect! And, you’ll never have to spend time trying to remember your password if your device accidentally disconnects.
Plus, you can stop fielding connection questions from every guest that enters your home.
Word to the Wise
If you plan to frame this up near your front entry, just make sure it isn’t visible from the outside. (Especially important if your front door has see-through glass.) You don’t want the whole neighborhood connecting and slowing you down.
10.Plan & Track Your Budget
Here are some super cute budget tracker sheets from frugalmomeh.com. Snap up your free budget printouts and grab a copy of the super cute money envelopes!
Benefit from Budgeting
Not only will making (and sticking to) a budget help you organize your life, you’ll be able to start making headway on your financial goals in no time!
To Sum it Up, Get Organized!
Now that you have 10 easy (and super cute) ways to organize, what are you waiting for?! Choose one or two tools to begin with for an easy, manageable start.
The time it takes you to print the sheets and plan things out will pay off in no time. And, your house, budget, goals, and SANITY will thank you!